Monday, January 19, 2015

Encode and Decode H.265/HEVC videos to Samsung Galaxy Tablets

Wanna play H.265 video on Galaxy tablets? Follow this guide; you will know how to encode and decode H.265/HEVC videos for Galaxy playback with friendly H.264 mp4 video.

H.265 is a video compression standard whose predecessor is H.264/MPEG-4 AVC. H.265 HEVC ensures to deliver video quality identical to H.264 AVC at only half the bit rate. Can We play H.265/HEVC video on Galaxy Tablets? The answer is yes.

Tips: It is said that, Hoid P HEVC H265 Video Player- the third-party Android app can support H.265 playback. You can download and install the program by searching the Google Play. But pitifully, it supports specified video formats. What's worse, you may suffer buffering at times. (Or you can refer to an another solution here)

Play H.265/HEVC videos on Galaxy Tablets

In order to play H.265 video on Galaxy Tablets without any worries or trouble, we can try this most effective way- converting H.265/HEVC video to H.264 which will be easier for average devices including Samsung Galaxy to handle. Now I share the guide with you how to transcode H.265 videos to Galaxy Tablets friendly format using Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate- one of the best HEVC Video Converter.

With it, you can effortlessly decode all SD, HD, and H.265/HEVC video for smoothy playback on Galaxy Tablets, Windows tablets, Apple TV 3 as well as encode/re-encode non-H.265 video to H.265 video for playback. Download the program and learn in detail.

How to Encode and Decode H.265/HEVC videos to Galaxy Tablets

Step 1: Launch the H.265 to Galaxy Converter. Click "Add Video" icon to load H.265 video files or directly drag&drop the files from hard drive into file list.

Ultimate Video Converter for Galaxy Notes

Step 2: Click the "Format" bar and select a Galaxy related format from "Samsung" option as output format. Or you can enter your device name in the small search box at bottom right corner to find a suitable format for your own device.

Galaxy Note 3/4 video format

Step 3: If you wanna, you can go to the "Settings" panel to customize proper video/audio parameters including Video size, bitrate and fame rate and more.

Tip: Since most new Galaxy devices use 1080p as primary delivery format and will continue to do so for a long time. 1080p would be the best settings. Or you can keep the original video resolution or enter the solution you want.

Galaxy Note 3/4 video settings

Step 4: Hit the convert button to start to encode/decode H.265 to Galaxy-compatible H.264 MP4. After the conversion, click Open to get the output videos for transferring and playback with light speed in Galaxy Tablets.

Also get your Blu-ray/DVD, online video and BBC iPlayer videos to Galaxy tablets for watching.

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